Elizabeth Wood 


Putin, Erdoğan and Politicized Masculinity in a Global Context 


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Towards an Anti-Heroic History of Fiji Women Soldiers


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Teresia Teaiwa

(1968-2017)

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Why do ideas about femininity and masculinity matter in international relations, national security, and nuclear strategic thinking?


Read Consortium Director Carol Cohn's Op-Ed in the New York Times


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Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda


"Securing Rights & Unleashing the Potential of African Women and Girls: Lessons from the Campaign to End Child Marriage in Africa"


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*New Workshop Report*

What Kind of Growth?
Economies that Work for Women in
Post-War Settings

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Cynthia Enloe


What Do the #MeToo Revelations Tell Us about Women and Wars?


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